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On Groundhog Day, Littleton City Council spent its third meeting in a row discussing particulars of how it should behave as a body. “These are just not issues worth our time,” Councilmember Bill Hopping said Feb. 2, saying council should be … more
Mayor Bruce Beckman was joined by city staff, neighbors and others on Feb. 3 for the official groundbreaking, which turned into a “snow-clearing,” for Littleton Fire Rescue Station 19. Littleton City Council approved a partnership with … more
With all the hubbub around the national election, it can be easy to forget there are local ones happening all around us. Colorado Community Media will catch up to the candidates in the coming weeks, but here's a quick roundup. Arapahoe County … more
Janene Newell and Scott Collins, a couple from Littleton, renovated their 200-square-foot kitchen with rich, old-world furnishings donated to a nearby Habitat for Humanity ReStore. The couple was initially quoted $100,000 for the remodel — they … more
An English girl who comes to New York in search of love finds it, loses it, finds it again, loses it … She writes letters to her mum and tells her story in songs by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Don Black. The title song has to do with breakups — … more
The next play scheduled at Town Hall Arts Center in Littleton is an American classic: George Kaufman's and Moss Hart's “The Man Who Came to Dinner,” a perennially popular comedy that first opened on Broadway in 1939. In keeping with the show's … more
Village Days, art exhibits, children's and adult's art classes, All Colorado Juried Show, Greenwood and Beyond Photography Show, Stretch and Tone, Curtis Dancers, Teen Art Board, poetry readings, Arapahoe County Art Scholarship, jazz concerts and … more
For a number of years, the Heritage Fine Arts Guild has conducted for its members an uninstructed “Paint Day” held from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. each Thursday morning (except July and August) at Ascension Lutheran Church, 1701 W. Caley Ave. (northwest … more
New Orleans-style jazz pianist Henry Butler is a legendary musician who plays blues, boogie, classical, Caribbean, pop and R&B, plus some of his own compositions. And he can sing! Butler will perform on Feb. 18 in the Waring Theatre at Arapahoe … more
Entomologist Mike Weissmann's talk, “There's No Sex Like Insects,” is billed tongue-in-cheek as a Valentine's season event. But it's actually a sometimes-explicit look at fascinating and bizarre arthropod behavior — and is meant for an adult … more
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